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Ute has just started squeaking while driving also when you push down on front of car also wearing out tyres fast its a mitsubishi L200 ute

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Surely the suspension bushings are worn out and needs replacement. I strongly suggest that you replace the shock absorbers too to lessen the stress on bumps. Tie rod bar and tie rod end replacement will be required to make the car stand right again. This will get rid of uneven tire wear.

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You need to replace struts befor you have more damage to front end, This will run you around $100 each side. Might have them check your ball joints while there replaceing struts, Best of luck to you. You could do this on your own but you would need a spring compresor .

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